If you are visiting today, we're thrilled to have you with us. We come here to worship God by singing, preaching the Bible and praying together. God is the highest priority in our lives because through Jesus we have forgiveness from our sins and the hope of a new life spent with Him!
- Please switch off your mobile phone when you come in to the hall.
- Please remember to park in one of the town car parks; not along Priory St.
- Please ensure your child/ren do not play on the stage, up in the balcony or in the graveyard either before or after the service.
- We have large print bibles available for anyone who might need one. Please ask one of the ushers.
Annual Church Meeting
Please note the Annual Church Meeting will take place tomorrow night, Monday 18th April, 8pm. Previous minutes and agendas are available on the back table. Members are encouraged to attend.
** Ladies’ Supper @ Priory Street **
Monday 16th May, 7:30pm; Guest Speaker – Ruth Lancaster; Cost approx £5 for food
Big Church Day Out or New Wine for free?
Bible Society believe that when people engage with the Bible their lives can change, for good. If you are interested in being part of this, then we are looking for lots of volunteers to help in a café at BCDO (late May) and NW1 (late July) and NW2 (early August). This is just serving cake & coffee, no baking involved! You get a free ticket, 3 meals a day, training and uniform. For details, please contact Susan Wingrave.
Ladies’ Bible Study
The next ladies’ bible study will be on Monday 25th April at 7.30pm. Study sheets are on the table at the back. All ladies welcome! Speak to Kathy Larkman or Anne Holmes for more information.
The next midweek service will be on Wednesday 20th April at 2pm. Everyone welcome!
A new Christianity Explored course will be starting on Thursday 5th May. If you are interested in attending, or would like to know more, please contact Helen Christie or Elspeth Pitman.
A reminder that James King and Esther Cole are getting married on Saturday 30th April at 12:30pm at Priory Street.
Mean bean challenge 25-29th April.
In this five day challenge, some of the young people will get a taste of what over a billion people in our world experience every day – the disaster of hunger. While we eat a mean diet of just rice, plain beans and water we will be aiming to raise money for Tearfund’s local church partners that will help families and communities for whom hunger is a daily reality. It would be great if you would sponsor us as we do this. To give, please see the sponsorship form at the back of church or visit https://www.justgiving.com/teams/CBCYouth
The Barn Dance will be on Saturday 7th May at Selwyn Hall in Box. Doors open at 6:30pm. Food from 7pm. Dancing from 7:30-10pm!
There is a notice board at the back of the church with lists relating to the Barn Dance for people to sign up for bringing food and to help with the organisation. PLEASE SIGN UP!!!
Suggest that 9:15 service sign up for the setting up sessions and 11:15 service sign up for the clearing away at the end.
Food – if you have any food allergies, please make sure there is food you will be able to eat! There are various food lists so everyone should be able to bring something.
Organisation – there are lists of various teams. We need teams for setting up, a set up food team, hot drinks teams, kitchen and tidy-up-as-we-go-along volunteers and a clearing up team at the end.
Any questions please see Wendy Rowe or a member of the Leadership Team.
The Ark will be meeting on Saturday 30th April at 10am. The event will be slightly different this time as we will be meeting in the back rooms and garden, reached by the side entrance – please pray for dry weather! We will be doing the parable of the sower. Contact Heather Chilcott or Alexa Simm for more details.
…Date for your diary…
Whole church day out to Weston Super Mare
Sunday 17th July 2016
We intend to have a coach trip to Weston Super Mare on Sunday 17th July leaving Corsham at 10:30 and returning at about 18:30. Costs will be dependent upon numbers going but expect around £5 per seat. The intention will be to find a spot on the beach as a base for the day where we will hold a short time of worship together. There will be opportunity to relax, catch up with old friends from the other congregations, play some games and have a wander around the seafront and, if you like, visit the pier. You will need to bring a picnic lunch. More details will emerge over the next few weeks but if you intend to go put a big red circle around the date in your calendar! Any questions please speak to Stuart or Lynne Little on 01225 811960.
Please note there will be a service at Priory Street on that morning for those who do not wish to go on this trip. The time of this service will be confirmed in due course.
25th April : Ladies’ Bible Study, 7.30pm
30th April : The Ark, 10am
30th April : James and Esther’s wedding
1st May : Prior infant dedication, 11.15am
1st May : Evening prayer meeting
4th May : Midweek service, 2pm
5th May : Christianity Explored starts
7th May : Craft Club, 10am
7th May : Barn Dance at Selwyn Hall, Box
10th May : Tuesday Lunch Club, 12 o’clock
16th May : Ladies’ Supper, 7:30pm
18th May : Midweek service, 2pm
23rd May : Missions’ Prayer meeting, 7:30pm
28th May : The Ark, 10:00am
1st June : Midweek Service, 2:00pm
4th June : Craft Club, 10:00am
5th June : Prayer meeting, 6pm
6th June : Missions’ Prayer meeting (focus on Muslim World – start of Ramadan)
14th June : Tuesday Lunch Club, 12 o’clock
15th June : Midweek Service, 2:00pm
Monday: Mums’ bible study, 10am, the Hut; Annual Church Meeting, 8pm
Wednesday: Midweek service, 2pm
Thursday: Toddler Group, 10am; Corsham Debt Advice Centre, 7:30pm
Friday: Corsham Debt Advice Centre, 9:30am
Saturday: Prayer in the Hut, 8:30am
There are 15 small groups that meet during the week in and around Corsham. Please contact Vicky Stephenson if you would like to find out more about which group might suit you.